School Based Health Center
Edmonds School District partners with Community Health Center of Snohomish County and Verdant Health Commission to offer a School-based Health Center (SBHC) at two district high schools; Meadowdale High and Mountlake Terrace High.
The following health services are available to students:
- Well child checks, sports physicals, and immunizations
- Chronic condition management and medication management
- Evaluation and treatment of common health problems, including same-day illness or injury
- Preventive health care, including health education
- Age-appropriate reproductive health care
- Mental health, behavioral health, and social emotional health services
- Oral health care
- Health insurance eligibility and enrollment assistance
- Referrals to other health care providers and specialists as needed
A school-based health center provides a natural setting to provide the services and resources students and their families need to maintain and improve their health. SBHCs foster learning readiness and academic achievement by ensuring that student’s health needs are being met so they can focus on learning, growing, and thriving.
Meadowdale High School
The SBHC opened at Meadowdale High School to students in September of 2022. The Meadowdale High clinic has expanded and is now open to registered students and their families at the following schools:
- Meadowdale High
- Meadowdale Middle
- Meadowdale Elementary
- Beverly Elementary
- Spruce Elementary
- Lynndale Elementary
- Edmonds Elementary
- Seaview Elementary
Mountlake Terrace High School
The School-Based Heath Center at Mountlake Terrace High School is set to open to students in Winter of 2024. The clinic will open to registered students and their families at the following schools:
- Mountlake Terrace High
- Brier Terrace Middle
- Brier Elementary
- Cedar Way Elementary
- Mountlake Terrace Elementary
- Terrace Park Elementary
- What is a school-based health center and who will it serve?
- Who is eligible for services?
- Why provide a school-based health center?
- What services will be provided at the center?
- Does my child need parental permission to access services at an SBHC?
- Will an SBHC work with my student’s primary care physician?
Please turn in your completed registration form to the main office at Meadowdale High School.
For questions and appointment scheduling, please call 425-903-5750 and leave a message or email SBHC@chcsno.org.